Improving Attention to Internal Displacement Globally (Refugee Survey Quarterly, Vol. 39, Issue 4; Dec 2020)

18.Dec.2020
By JIPS

Cover of the RSQ publication

Bringing together over 20 original peer-reviewed articles by researchers, practitioners and policy-makers, this special issue of the Refugee Survey Quarterly (Volume 39, Issue 4, published in December 2020) aims to “Improving Attention to Internal Displacement Globally”. The journal aims to build a bridge between the research, policy and practitioner communities by contributing high-quality original research on policy and practice linked to the topics of refugee and forced displacement.

This issue specifically seeks to renew the debate on policy challenges and solutions for the protracted crisis of internal displacement that affects tens of millions of people worldwide. In addition the the journal’s editorial board, two Secretariat members of the UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Internal Displacement (HLP) also served as guest editors.

Find out more about the publication through the launch event recording, and check out the three research papers co-authored by our JIPS team members:

  1. Incentivising Political Will for the Response to Internal Displacement: The Role of NGOs in Latin America, by Lígia de Aquino Barbosa Magalhães (CMDPDH), Brenda Perez Vazquez (CMDPDH), Andrés Lizcano Rodríguez (JIPS), Noah Bullock (Cristosal), María José Solano Granados (CMDPDH)
  2. When Internal Displacement Meets Urbanisation: Making Cities Work for Internally Displaced People, by Lucy Earle (IIED), Dyfed Aubrey (UN-Habitat), Isis Nuñez Ferrera (JIPS), Stephanie Loose (UN-Habitat)
  3. The Question of Data in Internal Displacement Law-and-Policy-making, by Martina Caterina (then member of the ) and Andrés Lizcano Rodríguez (JIPS)

Sign up to our newsletter

Email Format

JIPS – Joint IDP Profiling Service will use the information you provide on this form to send you email updates (usually once a month) about our activities.

You can change your mind at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from us, or by contacting us at info@JIPS.org. We will treat your information with respect and will never share it with, or sell it to, others. By clicking 'SUBSCRIBE', you agree that we may process your information in accordance with these terms.

We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By clicking 'SUBSCRIBE' to subscribe, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing. Learn more about Mailchimp's privacy practices here.

Get updates
Receive news about profiling practice and improving displacement data, right in your inbox.
This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn More